Tottenham player ratings v West Brom; Eriksen and Kane impress again

We assess the performances of Tottenham's players against West Brom today.

Hugo Lloris 9 - made a number of great saves, especially from Claudio Yacob and Saido Berahino in a superb display.

Kyle Walker 7 - offered width throughout the game, and his attacking threat led to the penalty for the third goal.

Jan Vertonghen 7 - now looking more comfortable under Pochettino after a tough few months, and was steady alongside Fazio today.

Federico Fazio 6 - had some problems tracking Berahino's movement at times but was generally strong throughout.

Danny Rose 7 - make an outstanding clearance from close range to deny the Baggies a goal and was effective going forward.

Ryan Mason 7 - kept the ball moving well in midfield and started many Tottenham attacks with his passing ability.

Paulinho 6 - wasn't overly influential in midfield, but worked hard and was accurate in possession, especially in the first half.

Mousa Dembele 7 - was effective playing further forward, driving at the defence and causing problems to the Baggies defence.

Erik Lamela 7 - often tried to run at the West Brom defence with varying degrees of success, but was a threat out on the right hand side.

Christian Eriksen 9 - another sumptuous free kick from Eriksen, who was dangerous throughout and went close with another long range shot in the second half. Becoming the player Spurs rely upon most.

Harry Kane 9 - early link-up play was hit and miss, but scored a superb goal, and led the line brilliantly in another fine display.


Nacer Chadli 6 - came on with 30 minutes to play, but wasn't overly dangerous upon his return to the first team.

Benjamin Stambouli 6 - was solid in protecting the back four from midfield in a 20 minute cameo.

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